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Johns Hopkins Health - Summer 2011

Summer 2011


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Quick Consult

  • old lady
    Get a good look at how to rid yourself of cataracts—and the need to wear glasses—from Wilmer Eye Institute experts Walter J. Stark, M.D., and Oliver Schein, M.D., M.P.H.


  • two african american women mother daughter
    Making puberty’s bumpy ride go smoother for your tween daughter

Cover Story

  • nesting dolls
    Johns Hopkins experts explore surgical and nonsurgical solutions to the obesity upsurge

First Person

  • old man
    After an irregular heart rhythm struck out of the blue, James Cromwell made a dramatic comeback

Second Opinion

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